Michael Burnett is well known as Black Elvis from Pensacola Florida. Black Elvis started performing in 1985, he performed at Treasure Bay, Pensacola Fairgrounds private parties like weddings and family reunions. His favorite place to perform is in the nursing home so that he can give back to his community. He was fascinated to the king of Rock & Roll Elvis Presley and he wants to keep his memory alive. He is always invited to different venues to sing at different political rally and fundraisers.
Sakura Sherry - A Professional Singer, Song Writer, and artist with a broad scope whose repertoire ranges from Jazz, Pop, Melodies, Christian, and Contemporary. She has travelled throughout Asia and the Middle East performing in 5-star hotels. Sakura Cherry is a 2-time best vocalist in Bahrain’s Battle of the Bands in 1995 and 1998. She has performed alongside Carol Banawa as the opening act at a University of Philippines Diliman concert in 2003. Sakura is also a recording artist with two albums under her belt. Her albums are Worship and Contemporary Christian music titled Lion of Judah and The Rising Sun. Both albums were recorded in Okinawa, Japan. Additionally, Sakura has ministered in songs during a weeklong Franklin Graham Crusade in front of thousands. Previously, Sakura Cherry opened for Jeffrey Tam at the Okaloosa Convention Center in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
Sydney Kulo is the 16-year-old daughter of Warren Kulo and Angela Kulo of Ocean Springs. She is a junior at Ocean Springs High School, where she is a featured vocalist for the varsity choir.
Sydney has been a vocal student at Rock U2 Academy of Music for several years and has performed at numerous venues across the coast, including Hard Rock Casino, IP Casino and the Crawfish Music Festival.
She is also a featured vocalist at her church, Cedar Lake Christian Assembly. In addition, she is frequently asked to perform the National Anthem at various events, including Ocean Springs High School volleyball games, the YMCA’s Wesson Run, and Biloxi Shuckers games.